Welcome

Mt. Vernon is an alternative school with the capacity to serve ninety 6th through 8th grade mild to moderate at-risk students. Approximately 15 percent of these are identified as special education students receiving additional consultative and resource services.

Our mission is to provide all students an opportunity to succeed in character development and academics while becoming more responsible and productive citizens equipped for future challenges.

There are three programs on the Mt. Vernon campus that are each designed to address a variety of student needs.  The Mt. Vernon Middle School program for at-risk middle school students, the Boosters acceleration program, and the Bridges program for Kindergarten through 5th grade.

Teacher Working Conditions Survey Results 2016

The North Carolina Teacher Working Conditions (NC TWC) survey is an anonymous statewide survey of licensed school-based educators to assess teaching conditions at the school, district and state level. First administered in 2002 as part of the Governor’s Teacher Working Conditions Initiative, it is conducted biennially. The results of this survey are one component of the on-going process for collaborative school and …

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New Student Orientation

Orientation for new students will be held Tuesday, August 16.  Parents and students are required to attend.  If you have questions, please contact the front office at (919) 233-4313.

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Field Day

Field Day

Field Day was held Friday, May 20.  Volunteers helped with events such as the obstacle course, dunk tank, corn hole, egg race, Frisbee golf, football toss, etc.  Click the link below to see images from the day! Field Day Pictures

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Laura Bush Grant

Mt. Vernon Receives Library Grant

We are so happy to announce that Mt. Vernon has been awarded a grant from the Laura Bush Foundation to purchase books for our library! Below is the press release from the Laura Bush Foundation. The Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Libraries Awards More Than $831,000 in Grants to School Libraries Dallas, TX – Monday, May …

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